Born with Cerebral Palsy, watch as Josie Varga shares how she turned her disability into her strength, leading her to a passionate career in writing and journalism. Plus get a Career Reading by intuitive Cheryl Booth and watch vocalist Ivan Estrada perform his passion LIVE.
December 24, 2011 Subject:
Woman with mild cerebral palsy becomes a writer
Josie Varga is a woman with mild cerebral palsy. She tells her story of overcoming her disability, going to school and becoming a writer.
The program feels hurried; the story Josie tells is important but the interview races along. There is lots of nuance if you back up and listen twice.
I have a severely disabled cerebral palsy daughter and this show is an adult level program not interesting to cp kids that do not follow spoken speech.
The program is copyright 2009, it appears to be a regional live Cable TV program produced in Pasadena, California. The production has several directors, a person doing on-line chat with viewers, a set, a logo. The host Ryan Ray fills in the conversation with sympathy, leads the interview and urges the viewers to wake up... and I need to be careful here... this program urges viewers to do self help.
Best wishes to Mr. Ray and Ms. Varga. Cable TV imposes limits on what a regional show can do.